Do You Need a ‘Do-Over’ in Your Marriage?
I wrote this post back in December for A Biblical Marriage and today it’s finally being published. I think the timing is fitting seeing how I’ve been discussing marital problems on the blog lately. In fact, while I was writing this post I had many readers in mind. Readers who have contacted me sharing how you’ve had years of pain in your marriage. Layers upon layers of bitterness, unforgiveness, and cold hearts that have defined your marriage.
You’re seeking answers and ways to better your marriage.
Well, today I hope to offer you some solutions.
The month of January brings a fresh start and sometimes that’s exactly what a marriage needs…
I believe every couple should take a step back and look at their marriage and really be intentional about improving it. Being that we are ‘one’ with our spouse, doesn’t it make sense if we re-evaluate our marriage from time to time?
The longer you’ve been married, I’m sure the more likely you’ve wrestled with any of the following…
- Bad choices made?
- Grudges held?
- Bitterness taking root?
- Walls that have been built?
- A marriage devoid of marital intimacy?
Life, in general, is hard. Add a spouse (and kids!) to that mix and it can be increasingly difficult….or a marriage can be a blessing.
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I like the idea of “do-overs.” I find when I get frustrated at how many my husband needs – God simply reminds me of all of my own! Do Overs have a way of leveling the playing field I’d say.
Yes, Robyn, ‘Do-Overs’ remind us of our need to be saved everyday from our sin-filled ways!
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